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Often the history of the words we use tells us interesting facets of our own history. This is why etymology is so interesting.
May 8, 2019Ryan Crawley Whether you are teaching Social Studies to elementary, junior high, high school, or even college students, if you teach straight out of the textbook
English isn’t the only class that can be and is writing-intensive: all of the content areas have the write stuff!
April 24, 2019 Jared De Vore The rise of social media’s significance during and after the 2016 presidential election cannot be overstated, though its place in American politics
Earth Day is Monday, April 22! Print this poster out to get your students thinking about their carbon footprint.
Working across the curriculum content areas has been all the buzz the last several years. In the Literature-Based DBQ series, the idea was to use great literary works from different periods to foster these connections across the curriculum as well as to provide students with the ability to practice skills needed on various AP®, IB®, and SAT® exams.
Advantages of using Easy Debates in your classroom: Initiate student debates Stimulate interest, teamwork, and participation Increase knowledge and confidence Get students invested in topics Form a passion
In any social studies course, current events are a key part of the curriculum, but how are teachers and students supposed to keep up with the demands of the curriculum as well as the constant bombardment of current events?